Andrew Fishman is a reporter for The Intercept and Managing Editor of The Intercept Brasil.
His work has focused on security, technology, human rights, Brazil, and documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Previously, as a freelance journalist and multimedia producer, his work has appeared on NPR, Al Jazeera English, Bloomberg TV, and other outlets.
He lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and is fluent in Portuguese.
The Coronavirus CrisisBrazil’s President Goes to War With Democratic Institutions — and Hopes the Military Has His Back
Jair Bolsonaro warmly greeted protesters who called for shutting down Congress and the Supreme Court on Sunday. Journalists were physically assaulted at the rally.
Secret Brazil ArchiveBrazil Justice Minister Resigns Over Bolsonaro’s Interference in Investigations — and Impeachment Talk Ramps Up
Sergio Moro was a key political ally for the president, bringing the Brazilian center-right into Bolsonaro’s now-crumbling coalition.
The Coronavirus CrisisBrazil’s Jair Bolsonaro, the World’s Most Powerful Coronavirus Denier, Just Fired the Health Minister Who Disagreed With Him
It’s becoming more and more obvious who the world’s worst leader in the fight against coronavirus is.
Secret Brazil ArchiveThe Secret History of U.S. Involvement in Brazil’s Scandal-Wracked Operation Car Wash
Leaked chat logs show that Brazilian prosecutors evaded treaties to help the U.S. Justice Department investigate Brazilian corporations.